GMB’s Adil Ray shut down by Matt Hancock as affair probe turns interview frosty

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Things became very uncomfortable quite quickly on Good Morning Britain when presenter Adil Ray got into a heated clash with Matt Hancock live on air while he asked him about his reported affair.

The former Secretary of State for Health came on to the show to discuss his new campaign which focuses on people living with dyslexia.

However, Matt was severely grilled by presenters Susanna Reid and Adil about the reported "Christmas party" that took place in Downing Street last year while the UK was under strict Covid rules and whether he knew it was going on.

But the interview became even more heated when Adil divulged into Matt's marital affair and asked whether "he knew" there were cameras in the his office when he was caught kissing businesswoman Gina Coladangelo.

When asked about the supposed affair, Matt told Adil that he took "responsibility" for his actions by deciding to step down as Health Secretary.

However, Adil asked: "Did you know there was a camera in the office?"

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